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Song Parodies -> "I Saw that Game in San Francisco"

Original Song Title:

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco"

Original Performer:

Tony Bennett

Parody Song Title:

"I Saw that Game in San Francisco"

Parody Written by:

Freddie C.

The Lyrics

Everybody knows the story: Joe Montana threw to the back of the endzone, Dwight Clark caught it, the Niners beat Dallas, and yada yada yada, they were Super Bowl champions!
Montana threw the football, he marched on down the field
And then there was the Pass, and they talk about it still
And Montana threw it once more, to Dwight Clark in the endzone
The Niners won and went to the Super Bowl

I saw that game in San Francisco, that playoff game against the Boys

I rode home on a cable car and passed my favorite bar
And everyone was so happy everywhere

The playoff game in San Francisco, where Joe Montana was the king

Legend was born right here, San Francisco
The Niners won the Super Bowl!

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Ravyn Rant - May 07, 2004 - Report this comment
Awww, Freddie, thanks for the nostalgia! That was the very first football game that I watched in its entirety. -- Rave
Michael Pacholek - May 08, 2004 - Report this comment
Ahhhh.... the game, not the parody, which was only OK, but since it was the symbolic end of the Dallas glory days, you get all fives anyway. January 10, 1982, a date which lives in ecstasy.

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